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  1. elcoincoin

    echinocorys gravesi 1-2

    From the album: Senneville-sur-Fécamp

    Echinocorys gravesi : urchin from the turonian chalk of normandy - Senneville sur Fécamp -Turonian - Cretaceous
  2. elcoincoin

    urchins group picture - oursins groupe

    From the album: Senneville-sur-Fécamp

    Micraster decipiens and 1 echinocorys gravesi (center) from the turonian chalk of normandy - Senneville sur Fécamp -Turonian - Cretaceous
  3. elcoincoin

    micraster decipiens - close up

    From the album: Senneville-sur-Fécamp

    Micraster decipiens : close up of heart urchin from the turonian chalk of normandy - Senneville sur Fécamp -Turonian - Cretaceous
  4. elcoincoin

    micraster decipiens - 4

    From the album: Senneville-sur-Fécamp

    Micraster decipiens : heart urchin from the turonian chalk of normandy - Senneville sur Fécamp -Turonian - Cretaceous
  5. elcoincoin

    micraster decipiens - 3

    From the album: Senneville-sur-Fécamp

    Micraster decipiens : heart urchin from the turonian chalk of normandy - Senneville sur Fécamp -Turonian - Cretaceous
  6. elcoincoin

    micraster decipiens - 2

    From the album: Senneville-sur-Fécamp

    Micraster decipiens : heart urchin from the turonian chalk of normandy - Senneville sur Fécamp -Turonian - Cretaceous
  7. sixgill pete

    Tiny Regular Urchin, 2.92Mm

    I found this tiny, micro sized regular echinoid in some matrix I collected at a site near my home. 2.92 millimeter across. It is from the comfort Member of the Castle Hayne Formation, Late Eocene here in eastern North Carolina. I have been attempting to ID it, but have really come up empty. It does not help that it is coated in a calcite? matrix. I have looked at it under a loupe and my digital scope. I have taken pics with a camera on the macro setting and with my scope. Very very hard to focus in sharply on it. Anyways, according to Porter Kier's "The Echinoids of the Middle Eocene Warley
  8. Smooth, hard like a rock but looks like an urchin
  9. Back in July of 2009, I was crawling around an Upper Cretaceous Eagle Ford Formation (late Turonian) site that was exposed by recent excavations. There were many amazingly preserved marcasite / pyrite encrusted ammonites and other fauna to be found. However, one of 'gems' of that site was a beautiful, tiny regular echinoid. I was fascinated with it and I made additional discoveries that I wrote about in an article on The Fossil Forum. (early images) In trying to establish an identification, I checked with several experienced Texas collectors and none of them recognized it. When that h
  10. I figured this deserved its own topic. Mike, I'd be glad to help all I can. For a few years, I've been kicking around the idea of some virtual posters for each genus of known Texas echinoids.
  11. SGTG

    Sea Urchins?

    I have been finding many of these little fossils lately. I found three of them this morning, as a matter of fact. I believe them to be sea urchins, but obviously I'm not sure. I have also found ammonites and bivalve fossils in this area so other marine fossils would make sense to be on the surface in my mind. I placed an iPod into the photo for size reference; it was the only common item at the time of the photo. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.
  12. From the album: Fluvanna, Texas Road Cut

    Found in road cut near Fluvanna
  13. truceburner

    Heart Urchin, Upper Cretaceous

    Large heart urchin collected in Round Rock, TX, presumably upper Cretaceous. It's 4" x 4.5" and quite large compared to others collected at the same site. Hoping to find out more about it. Thanks!
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